The global maritime bulk industrygathered on 18th November for the IBJ Awards, a salute toexcellence in the maritime bulk industry, at the Salle read more...
This year’s independent judging process has now beencompleted and finalists for the IBJ Awards 2013 have been announced. The high number of entries read more...
Bulk cargo handling and shipping companiesworldwide have already started sending in their entries for IBJ Awards 2013. The call for entries begun on read more...
International Bulk Journal
International Bulk Journal - The magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry. Dry bulk shipping, commodities, port, logistics and equipment issues are all reviewed in every issue of IBJ.
The IBJ Awards 2013 were held at the Salle Wagram, Paris, on Monday 18th November view winners list.
Schade's "out of the box" solution
Kaluzhskiy Cement orders new multi-purpose rail intake facility
Per Karlsson, Managing Director of Siwertell bulk handling solutions at Cargotec answers IBJ's questions on the challenges of handling a vital bulk commodity
Metro secures new business at BC
Metro Ports Canada has secured new business in British Colombia with an agreement to manage the Westview Terminal operation in Port of Prince Rupert
MoorMaster's largest European order
Advanced technology company, Cavotec has won a breakthrough MoorMaster automated mooring project in Norway
Gearing up for biomass growth
Approval for a major biomass power station at the Port of Blyth follows the announcement earlier this year of ABP's long term contract to handle wood pellets for Drax Power
Chinese demand drives the commodity market
The iron ore and coal markets continue to fuel the world's dry bulk trade, with the largest growth coming from trade to China and the Indian sub-continent
France/China grain trade re-launched
The first French grain ship bound for China in nine years has sailed from the port of Dunkirk
Custom designed for Arcelor Mittal
Telestack's innovative mobile shiploading system forms an integral part of Buchannan Port operations in Liberia for Arcelor Mittal
Dredging pays big dividends
Every dollar spent to deepen the Mississippi river by five feet, allowing larger vessels to reach Louisiana's ports, will create $89.40 in benefits, according to a study into the economics of dredging the river to 50ft
Coal imports up despite renewables expansion
The German coal import association, the Verein der Kohlenimporteure (VDKi) has presented initial figures for the world hard coal market and the European and German hard coal import market for the first half of 2013
New lakers team takes to the water
This year has seen some of the most significant developments in the Great Lakes vessel fleet in recent years with a major renewal of the Canadian fleet by three of the largest carriers
The flexible solution to cargo handling
Worldwide demand for mobile harbour cranes continues to grow as terminal operators appreciate the wide range of cargoes that such equipment can handle
Record investment on the Baltic
The Lithuanian port of Klaipeda is investing for the future as the Baltic region continues to develop
UK-based Nectar Group is pioneering safe practices at developing ports operating its bagging machines
Replaceable belt cleaner tips reduce waste, change-out time and safety risks
APEC meets Brazilian training demand
APEC-Antwerp/Flanders Port Training Center (APEC) is starting training activities in Brazil
The Senior Executive Vice President Finance and Business Development of ATIC Services explains how the company serves its shareholders, its customers and helps protect the environment